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The direct consequences of stress and lack of sleep on the skin are dull, tired complexion and premature skin ageing. The skin is a faithful indicator of our physical condition and our psychological state. An emotional shock or chronic insomnia can have repercussions on the beauty of our skin, as can profound fatigue. How to remove bags under the eyes ? Restore radiance to the face? Make dark circles disappear? Aesthetic medicine offers effective solutions that do not require surgery, such as mesotherapy.



What effect does stress have on the skin?

A "mirror" organ, designed to protect the body from external aggression, the skin reflects our state of health. And stress is certainly the worst enemy of beautiful skin. Oxidative stress (related to the epidermis) is often the cause of a dull complexion and tired. Anxiety and daily, chronic stress can lead to dermatological problems. Generating a high production of cortisol (the stress hormone), this psychological state contributes to the appearance of acne pimples, itching (pruritus), and skin diseases such as urticaria, eczema and psoriasis. More broadly, stress affects the body's immune defences. This deterioration in the immune system makes the body more prone to inflammatory skin reactions. Cortisol is responsible for the overproduction of sebum, the cause of skin imperfections.

This hormone also alters the skin's protective capacity. More fragile, it becomes more vulnerable and sensitive to free radicals, contributing to skin ageing. Wrinkles and fine lines appear earlier and deepen more quickly. How can we combat the harmful effects of stress on the skin? By adopting a healthier lifestyle and trying to soothe yourself with relaxation practices. For erase wrinklesTo prevent or delay their appearance, aesthetic medicine offers non-invasive treatments such as hyaluronic acid injections.


Dark circles and puffiness under the eyes: the signs of fatigue on the face

Repeated sleeplessness, short, restless nights or simply poor sleep can be seen on the face. Frequent dark circles under the eyes are the most obvious sign of a lack of sleep. When tiredness sets in for the long term, these dark circles become increasingly pronounced. Like stress, fatigue aggravates oxidative stress, contributing to skin ageing and a 'blurred' appearance. No anti-wrinkle cream or smoothing oil is more effective for the skin than a good night's sleep. How to remove dark circles? Men and women, bothered by their dark circles, can turn to aesthetic medicine methods. Depending on the type and severity of dark circles, hyaluronic acid injections, carboxytherapy or laser treatment have all been shown to be effective in visibly reducing the appearance of dark circles. A phenomenon associated with dark circles bags under the eyes are common and worsen with age. This swelling of the lower eyelid gives the face a tired look. Aesthetic medicine techniques can remove bags under the eyes.


Mesolift: taking care of your skin

Less invasive than cosmetic surgery, aesthetic medicine has developed a range of aesthetic treatments for the skin. Among the techniques developed, mesotherapy or mesolift consists of deeply rehydrating and firming the skin through injections of active ingredients (hyaluronic acid, minerals, trace elements, antioxidants, etc.). This vitamin concentrate gives the face a radiant, visibly younger appearance.